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speech recognition

Rohit Savant

Joined: Oct 30, 2012
Posts: 15

I want to build a speech recognition s/w for unix systems.
However I dont know where to start.
Like which libraries should I use.
Please Help me.


fred rosenberger
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Your question is fairly broad...that doesn't work too well around here. If you have a specific, focused question, you'll get tons of help. Further, if you ShowSomeEffort, you will be more likely to get help. Otherwise, about all you'll get are broad suggestions and tips.

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Ulf Dittmer

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The standard Java API for this is called JavaSpeech. However, while there are open source or free implementations of its speech synthesis part, I'm not aware of such implementations of the speech recognition part.

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Rohit Savant

Joined: Oct 30, 2012
Posts: 15

Fred, I want to convert speech to text. And also link speech to applications(terminal,player,..) and actions(poweroff,next slide,..)
Ulf. Thankou very much. I will check the api.
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